Academic Catalog 2018-2019 
    Aug 13, 2020  
Academic Catalog 2018-2019 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

EDU 414A - Field II: Strategic Instruction

(2) This course focuses on strategic instructional methods and effective techniques for teaching children in diverse elementary settings. This includes standards-based lesson plans; evidence-based curriculum design and field-proven instructional methods.  The course explores the influence of government agencies; role of the local school and school district in establishing culture and protocols; and history and mission of Christian education as they each relate to philosophies of education. This course includes a minimum of 70 contact hours in a CAGS-approved school setting. There are a limited number of synchronous class sessions required in this course.  Online students participate in these sessions via webinar.

Prerequisites: EDU 214A .
Notes: Under certain circumstances and at the discretion of the Dean of Curriculum and Instruction Education, students may be required to retake EDU 414A based on prior academic performance and/or the length of time since completing the first attempt. No student may retake EDU 414A more than one additional time.
Course fees apply.